|Subject||Re: IBUtils goes OPEN SOURCE|
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Doug Chamberlin <dougchamberlin@...> wrote:
>I have looked at the truecrypt and it seems that everything (binaries, sources, news, forum, ...) is at www.truecrypt.com and sourceforge.net has only links to truecrypt.com. What is the role of the sourceforge.com then?
> aleskahanek wrote:
> > --- In email@example.com, Milan Babuskov <milanb@> wrote:
> >> aleskahanek wrote:
> >>> Should I create a project at SourceForge?
> >> That's a good idea. However, make sure you use your own domain for the
> >> website in case you decide to move off sf.net one day. It's hard to
> >> change that once there are hundreds of other websites pointing to it.
> > Hmm, I do not understand, what you mean. How can I use my own domain and host the project at sourceforge.net?
> The code is stored at sourceforge but even at the sourceforge site, the
> home page of the project is hosted elsewhere, often at the dommain name
> registrar' site. Look at www.truecrypt.com for an example.